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Wildflower is the 4th book in the colours series it can be read as a standalone and I loved it.
Harlow and Noah met when they were still in school the quickly fell in love and knew they wanted to be together for the rest of their lives. Just a couple of years later tragedy tore them apart and Harlow ran.
Six years later Harlow has to return to her home town and face Noah and their past is this the second chance they've both been waiting for?
This series just get better and better with each book Jessica writes and I'm really looking forward to Chloe and Derricks story next.
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In this installment we get Harlow and Noah's story. Harlow has had to return to her hometown from her great apartment in NYC in order to care for her younger sibling after the death of her grandmother. Harlow is no stranger to this town. She escaped 6 years ago for a reason, it brings nothing but heartbreak and memories she doesn't need to relive. But she will do anything for her brother, including uprooting her life in the big city. But what she doesn't expect is that seeing Noah again will stir up so many memories.
This beautiful story will break you apart. Noah and Harlow dealt with so much when they were just children, and working through their issues as adults isn't easy. Harlow has grown so much since she left for the big city, but what she didn't realize is that she'd left her heart and part of her behind. Noah had to grow up fast when an injury he couldn't recover from ruined his chances to be the big football star he planned. But unlike Harlow he didn't run, he planted roots and seeds in his town and made peace with his life. When he finally gets face to face with Harlow the showdown begins and his quest to win back the girl that he loved is set in gear.
You will laugh, and you will cry there is no doubt about it. When you hear their story and everything that they went through together and apart it will make your heart hurt. But Jessica never leaves us without a beautiful story that brings her characters to a HEA that they both deserve! Harlow and Noah will become one of your favorites in this series. They truly are mine!
Faced with that, and knowing that she deserved better, Harlow picked up and left. Not only did she leave Noah, but she left town for the bright lights of New York, leaving behind the grandmother who'd raised her, and a much younger brother who still needed his fair share of raising.
Years later, that grandmother gets sick, and that little brother is still in need of adult supervision, prompting a return as abrupt as her departure, and that's where things start getting all sorts of complicated.
This delightful novel has a wonderful cast of colorful characters, some of whom have apparently featured in other novels in the series, but were introduced in such a way that I certainly didn't feel I was expected to know things I didn't for not having read those other books.
The tension between the two main characters is superbly awkward, Despite not having seen each other for years, there's clearly still chemistry there, yet neither seem particularly sure how to navigate their new circumstances, particularly given that Harlow is now guardian to fourteen year old Ethan, up and coming football star, and Noah is now ... Coach Murphy.
Author Jessica Prince' beautifully captures the innocence and claustrophobia of living in a small town. The freedom from the rat race of the big city, traded off against the inability to simply avoid that one person you'd really like to not see, since even just walking past them on the street means facing up to demons you thought were long buried.
I really enjoyed the way this book transitions seamlessly from light and funny, to heavy and serious, the subplots involving best friends and particularly how the plot kept revolving around two characters other than the two main ones, Ethan and Grammy.
In the end, a heartwarming tale about love and family that brought tears and smiles in slightly disproportionate measure. I've no hesitation in recommending it.
“I broke us,” I said in a low voice as I turned back to the wall. “And there hasn’t been a day that’s passed that I haven’t been sorry for it.” ~ Noah
I have been following the Colors series since the beginning, and I have really been enjoying all of the stories. For me, Wildflower wasn't as heartbreaking as some of the others, but that doesn't mean I didn't enjoy reading about Harlow and Noah. Their story was cute, and I liked them together. Harlow cracked me up. Her inner dialogue was too funny and the conversations she had with Chloe and Nevie were as funny as always! My favorite conversation? Was the conversation she had to have with her little brother, Ethan, about the birds and the bees!
“And if she tells you that you don’t need to wear one because she’s on the pill, she’s full of s***. Never trust a woman. I speak from personal experience, our gender are a bunch of manipulative bitches. No glove, no love, Ethan. Say it with me.” “I’m not saying that!” “Say it!” He pulled in a deep breath as his scowl deepened. “No glove, no love.” “That’s right,” I replied in relief. “Now, for the most important part…” “There’s more?” he yelped in a shockingly high-pitched voice. I gave him a solemn nod, hoping he understood the seriousness of what I was about to tell him. “Yes. And this is something you need to remember for the rest of your life. You ready?” Ethan’s face was a mask of stern concentration as he nodded. “The woman always comes first.” “AGH! GOD!”
HaHaHa! I couldn't stop laughing when I read that part! I imagined having that conversation with my little brother and I think I laughed for a good five minutes! It also didn't help that every time she would see Shannon, she gave her the death glare! Harlow was so funny and Noah was sweet and cute. They really were perfect together, and I would have loved to have been a fly on their wall! This was another great story from Jessica Prince!
Wildflower by Jessica Prince has all of my favorite qualities; it's a second chance romance combined with side-splitting humor and just enough angst.
Harlow and Noah were young and in-love but sometimes love isn't enough. Sometimes, the love you thought would stand the test of time shatters and breaks.
After 5 years apart Harlow returns to her hometown to take care of her younger brother and comes face to face with the man who broke her heart.
Both decide to be adult and leave the past where it belongs except neither has truly moved on. Noah is determined to win Harlow back and make up for the mistakes of his past no matter what it takes.
Jessica Prince never disappoints. This books smart, sexy, funny and a little angsty and I loved it.
This is my 5 amazingly, funny stars for the ARC of Wildflower, by Jessica Prince. Copy provided in exchange for an honest and spoiler free review. This story has it all, it's funny, sweet, hot and sexy all at the same time. It can be also be sad and gut wrenching.
Noah and Harlow have a long standing history together. It started when they where teenagers but has never let up even if they were separated for over half a decade. They have a special kind of bond and a whole lot of chemistry. They love each other as much as they bicker. 5 years ago, Harlow left her home town, shattered and broken, she vowed to never return. Circumstances beyond her control brings her back home. Noah has let Harlow go back then but now that she's back, he will try to get her back.
The characters called to me by just being regular every day people. Jessica never disappoints with crafty, engaging and unique characters. They were funny with witty comebacks in humorous situations. Secondary characters also played a major role in this story and some will get to share their stories next.
This story is so entertaining and captivating that I devoured this book in one day. I just couldn't put it down for very long. Jessica Prince is a gifted, skilful devoted writer, her work reflects that. It's beautifully worded with a seamless plot. It's so wonderfully constructed that it had me spellbound with every words written.
This is standalone told with alternating point of view with an HEA. It's the fourth book in the Color series. Although it can be read as a standalone, I personally like to read books in a series in order for better enjoyment. Wildflower is written in a way that the readers are not missing anything or feel confuse. I highly recommend this book and also Jessica's previous book are worth your precious time and money.